It's the short-sleeved version of the Nina by Modkid that I showed you here.
Very quick and easy pattern to make with lots of variations to play around with.
The only thing I did differently was that I sewed the buttons on last rather than before the placket was attached to the shirt front as per thei nstructions.
I know this means you can see the button stitching on the inside, but it also means you can make sure the buttons are even, which would drive me mad if they were not!
Here's the back, and you can see her new haircut, which I know her Grandma will love!
Or you can tie it at the front... but we prefer the back.
I think Miss A likes hers too, but she's going through one of those 'awkward smile' phases, you know, the ones that look more like a grimace than a smile.
One thing I loved about making these is that I had everything I needed on hand to make them both, except the orange ric rac - that's it - that's all I had to buy.
I'm really enjoying have a decent enough stash of fabric now that I can choose a pattern and some fabric and start cutting away. No waiting for a trip to the fabric shop.
The only other thing I should have done was to add a bit of length to it I think.